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Established in 1969 and listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange in 1973, Tuan Sing Holdings Limited is an investment holding company with diverse interests including property investment and development, hotels investments, industrial services and other investments. Headquartered in Singapore, the Group has over 60 subsidiaries, joint ventures and associates serving a broad spectrum of customers through its workforce of more than 4,000 employees across the Asia Pacific Region. Tuan Sing is a recognized property developer of quality residential, commercial and industrial properties in Singapore and China.
Seletar Park Residence is an exclusive five-storey residential development with 276, 1- to 4- bedroom luxurious units and penthouses. Designed by award winning SCDA Architects, the 99-year leasehold residential development is located within the established Seletar Hills private estate, close to the upcoming Seletar Aerospace Park. It enjoys easy access to the rest of Singapore via the Central Expressway and Tampines Expressway and is near the Yio Chu Kang MRT station and Fernvale LRT station.
Mont Timah is a 99-year leasehold development situated on an elevated ground at Hindhede Drive abutting the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. The development comprises 32 exclusive strata units of spacious cluster housing, each fitted with a courtyard, a private lift and a roof terrace with commanding the view of the rainforest. Designed by President’s Design Award 2011 winner, Chan Sau Yan & Associates, its cluster home concept with a modern contemporary tropical design, blends condominium lifestyle and landed home living. Mont Timah was awarded BCA Green Mark (Gold) as well as Best Housing at the 2012 South East Asia Property Awards.
Botanika is a freehold four-storey, 34-unit freehold residential development nestled in nature’s greenery next to the Singapore Botanic Gardens and is just minutes from the heart of Singapore’s shopping belt in Orchard Road. Designed by SCDA Architects, Botanika won Best Residential Design at the 11th SIA Architectural Design Award 2011.